Idaho Mountain Biking Opportunities
The Croy Creek Trail System is a skills development area jointly managed by BLM and Blaine County located in south-central Idaho, west of Hailey. The trails were designed and constructed primarily for motorcycle riders and mountain bikers, but hikers and equestrians also frequent the system. The trails receive approximately 15,000 - 20,000 visits per season. The Croy Creek Trail System offers mountain bikers a long riding season because of the system's low elevation. The ride experience at Croy Creek includes traditional single track and modernized mountain bike trail features including rollers, berms and table top jumps.
One of the Bureau of Land Management's "Backyard to Backcountry" treasures, information on the Croy Creek Loop was developed between IMBA and the Shoshone ID, BLM office to provide world-class riding experiences. IMBA's data on the trail includes elevations, ratings, current conditions, photos, and comments.
Need to Know
Plan Your Visit
- Season Dates: early May to mid-November
- Fee: None
- Size: 10+ miles
- Elevation Gain/Loss: 1,000+ feet
- Difficulty: Trails range from beginner to advanced
- The Croy Creek Trailhead is accessed using county roads. From Idaho State Highway 75 in Hailey west on Bullion Street, continue west on Croy Creek Rd. for approximately 3.1 miles to the Croy Creek Trailhead.
Shoshone Field Office
400 West "F" Street
Shoshone, ID 83352
CONNECTING WITH COMMUNITIES
The BLM and MTB Project are Connecting with Communities through a National partnership to provide an interactive ride experience. MTB project hosts the next generation of mountain bike trail maps. Click the MTB Project icon to access all the information you'll need to plan your next ride.